The Cambridges have shared the latest picture to celebrate the birthday of their youngest child, who turns three tomorrow.
It was taken by the Duchess of Cambridge on Wednesday before Prince Louis went to his first day at Willcocks Nursery School.
In the snap, a smiling Prince Louis is seen sitting on a stabilizing bike.
The bike, which appears to be The Frog Balance Bike Tadpole Plus, £200, is a bold red colour.
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In contrast, Prince Louis has on a plain navy jumper over a striped navy and white shirt.
The ensemble has similarities to his birthday portrait last year, which saw Prince Louis finger painting in a checked blue and white shirt.
In the latest photo, Prince Louis is wearing a pair of light blue chino shorts and has a navy backpack on his back.
The royal has on a pair of navy socks under trainers which have fluorescent yellow stripes across the side and a white sole.
Not only is the adorable picture reminiscent of previous outfits worn by Prince Louis, it appears to copy looks seen on Prince William.
Last year, the Duke of Cambridge visited Smiths the Bakers in the High Street in King’s Lynn, England.
He spoke to workers about the impacts of the coronavirus on independent businesses.
The future King wore a navy jumper which had a V-neckline and cuffed sleeves, similar to the design of Prince Louis’.
Portraits that have been released for Prince George’s birthday have also regularly seen him wearing light blue or navy attire.
When he was three years old, Prince George, now seven, wore a navy jumper which looks to be very similar to the one worn by Prince Louis.
He also wore the jumper with a shirt underneath and paired it with dark red shorts.
The Cambridges will often choose similar timeless looks for their children.